Michael Treni | America: Land of Opportunity

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America: Land of Opportunity

by Michael Treni

A new musical about the American Dream.
Genre: Classical: Musical Theater
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1. Today Is the Day
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2. America: Land of Opportunity
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3. The American Way
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4. Change
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5. One Man
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6. I Could Never Marry
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7. The Telephone Duet
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8. The Girl for Me
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9. The Man for Me
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10. Child of My Imagination
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11. Anything is Possible
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Album Notes
“America; Land of Opportunity” is a collection of songs from the musical of the same name which chronicles the life of Alexander Graham Bell and the invention of the telephone. The Bell story is more than the account of the young Scottish inventor; it is also a portrait of the American free enterprise system. Though now only remembered as a large corporate monopoly, The Bell Telephone Company began as most businesses do, a fledgling startup and the dream of its founders, in this case, Bell and two prominent Bostonians, Gardiner Hubbard, an attorney, and Thomas Sanders, a merchant. Both men risked their personal fortunes in supporting the enterprise and nearly went bankrupt in the process. The enterprise they began touched the lives of millions; bringing prosperity to investors, employees, and consumers. In large part it made the free market expansion of the twentieth century possible through the use of telephonic communications.

The themes echoed in the music are especially relevant today as America struggles with self-doubts about its culture and values and the forces of economic and political globalization. “America; Land of Opportunity” is a reminder of what it still possible in America today – as long as we hold fast to the ideals set forth at our founding.


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